Archive for the 'Comment moderation' Category

30
Jun
09

comment moderation on until 9pm tomorrow

Mr Monkey has received a request to apply comment moderation. Being the obliging chimp that he is, comment moderation has now been switched on until 9pm on Wednesday night.

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20
Jun
09

comment moderation off: thanks for the tip offs

Comment moderation has now been removed.

Mr Monkey thanks the two contributors who left information about senior Labour councillors attempts to shut Mr Monkey Blog and the the person who left some very disturbing news about a community worker, thank you for the dates of the alleged incident.

If these extremely serious allegations are true, some people will shit themselves when the news breaks and this chimp reckons they’re going to run for cover and will put as much distance between themselves and this individual as they can.

10
May
09

comment moderation on

Comment moderation has now been turned on so bloggers can post comments, tip offs, leads or whistle-blow on issues that are of public interest, safe in the knowledge that only Mr Monkey will see the information they post.

By activating comment moderation, Mr Monkey is allowing people to say things directly to him and in private – it’s just like sending him an e-mail.

Here’s a few basic rules to ensure your privacy:

  • If you don’t want Mr Monkey to make any reference to you or your details please start your comment with the word CONFIDENTIAL.
  • If you’re happy for Mr Monkey to make reference to your comment but don’t want to be identified start you comment with the word PRIVATE.
  • If you’re worried about your privacy use a fictious name and e-mail address and use someone else’s computer.
  • NEVER USE A WORK COMPUTER IF YOU WANT TO SAY SOMETHING IN CONFIDENCE TO MR MONKEY, YOU CAN BE TRACED.
29
Apr
09

comment moderation – by special request

Someone appears desperate to draw Mr Monkey’s attention to something happening within the town hall and has asked for comment moderation to be applied today.

Given the apparent urgency, this chimp is happy to oblige and comment moderation has now been activated until noon today. Please feel free to post your comments in private now.

27
Apr
09

comment moderation off

Comment moderation has now been turned off so any comments you leave will be visible immediately. Comment moderation will be available again from 9am to 9pm on Sunday 3rd May.

Thanks to everyone who left comments yesterday, especially ‘The Grass’  – I will be following up your lead about public money being used for censorship immediately.

17
Apr
09

comment moderation off

Comment moderation has now been removed so any comment you leave will be immediately visible to everyone. Mr Monkey would like to thank the individuals who left some very interesting comments – you can be sure that this chimp will be following them up.

16
Apr
09

comment moderation on until 8.30am tomorrow

With all the activity surrounding Mr Monkey’s revelations about the corrupt election practices of council leader Iain Malcolm and his stooges in the local Labour party, many of the regular features on Mr Monkey’s Blog have been put on hold.

Last night Mr Monkey received a request from a blogger to apply comment moderation for a couple of hours.

Mr Monkey has gone one stage further and has now turned on comment moderation for the next 24 hours

Until 8.30am tomorrow bloggers will be able to post comments, tip offs, leads or whistleblow on issues that are of public interest safe in the knowledge that only Mr Monkey will see the information they post.

By activating comment moderation, Mr Monkey is allowing people to say things directly to him and in private – it’s just like sending him an e-mail.

Here’s a few basic rules to ensure your privacy:

  • If you don’t want Mr Monkey to make any reference to you or your details please start your comment with the word CONFIDENTIAL.
  • If you’re happy for Mr Monkey to make reference to your comment but don’t want to be identified start you comment with the word PRIVATE.
  • If you’re worried about your privacy use a fictious name and e-mail address and use someone else’s computer.
  • NEVER USE A WORK COMPUTER IF YOU WANT TO SAY SOMETHING IN CONFIDENCE TO MR MONKEY, YOU CAN BE TRACED.